All things under the heading Forcible entry/ exit. Tools, methods (which are most effective in your area?) , locks, bars, gates, enclosures (What's new on the buildings?), Bolt patterns on commercial occupancy rear doors, Tips and tricks!
This group will promote discussion and debate about the many functions, personalities, tactics, training and policies of the FDNY. Whether you are a member of the FDNY or another company or department, you should find some of these issues interesting
Looking for personal experiences/stories of how Tom Brennan inspired, lead, or taught you about firefighting. From Random Thoughts, to war stories of the hey day in Brooklyn's Nut House, to growing up in his household.
Sheridan Park Fire Department Sheridanparkfire.com
Training Officer, Past Chief
Years of public service:
Volunteer fire department
Top issues in your department:
Numerous county,state,federal certifications.
Topics you provide training for:
Engine & Truck Ops, F.A.S.T., Extrication etc.
Areas of expertise:
Is anyone an expert? I'm a student
My name is Randy Rider, I am a fourth generation firefighter in my 13th year at my fire department. I just completed my term as chief of the department and I now serve as training officer. I also serve as a Fire Instructor for Erie County. I joined this page because I am passionate about firefighting. I believe in the brotherhood of firefighters, a brother is a brother no matter what! It isn't just a saying it's a way of life.
I had a question for you, I am a College student in a Fire Hazmat class and I was wondering if you could tell me one or two simple things that have changed with the NY Fire Dept since Sept 11th with Hazmat training and/or response? Thank you it is MUCH appreciated!
we could use your input in our Tactical Building Blocks group. We are on the side under featured groups.
This group will focus on aggressive interior firefighting. We will address tactics that increase your chance of not getting jammed up and cover what actions to undertake if you do.We will cover some big issues as well as small tactical tips
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